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|"Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast"|
|Single by Airbourne|
|from the album Runnin' Wild|
|Released||27 June 2007|
|Label|| Roadrunner U.S.|
|Songwriter(s)||Joel O'Keeffe, Victor James Wright|
|Airbourne singles chronology|
"Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast" is the 2nd single from Runnin' Wild by the Australian hard rock band Airbourne. It is one of the band's most famous songs.
The lyrics focus on the singer's dissatisfaction with the state of modern society. The song likens bankers to "street gangs and mad men" and their business manoeuvres to "private wars", and continues by criticising "the eye in the sky" (personal surveillance), specifically facial recognition, and the paranoia that this then causes. In the chorus, the singer affirms that "if it's the end of days, I'm going out in style", reflecting his desire to seize the day.
|U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks||16|
|Canadian Hot 100||74|
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